Collision Repair and Refinishing

Collision Repair and Refinishing Courses

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Award: Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
Program Start: Fall only
Enrollment Status: Full-time only

The AAS degree program requires a mix of general education and hands-on courses. The following list of courses is from the current catalog year, organized in the suggested sequence of study for a full-time student, and is subject to change.

If you are a current student your program requirements may be different than those listed for the current catalog year. View your Program Evaluation to see your specific program requirements and to search and register for classes.

Semester 1
CRR306 Introduction to Collision Repair 6
CRR806 Introduction to Refinishing 6
MAT772 Applied Math -OR- 3
Math Elective 3
SPC101 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3

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Total Credits 18
Semester 2
COM781 Written Communication in the Workplace -OR- 3
ENG105 Composition I 3
CRR331 Basic Collision Procedures 6
CRR836 Refinishing II 6
PSY102 Human and Work Relations -OR- 3
PSY111 Introduction to Psychology -OR- 3
SOC110 Introduction to Sociology 3

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Total Credits 18
Semester 3
CRR876 Refinishing Production 6

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Total Credits 6
Semester 4
CRR510 Collision Production Technology 7
CRR877 Refinishing Applications 7

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Total Credits 14
Semester 5
CRR657 Advanced Collision Repair 7
CRR881 Refinishing Production Technology 7

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Total Credits 14
Math Electives
MAT110 Math for Liberal Arts 3
MAT122 College Algebra 5
MAT128 Precalculus 4
MAT134 Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry 3
MAT156 Statistics 3
MAT210 Calculus I 4
MAT216 Calculus II 4
MAT219 Calculus III 4

 

Program Contacts

Department Secretary

Dianne Lellig
Butler Hall 104
319-296-4011
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Program Advisor

Al Read
Butler Hall 134
319-296-2329 ext.1324
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Dean

Ray Beets
Butler Hall 104-A
319-296-4042
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